A Conversation with Citizen Mack

Citizen Mack: Politics, An Honorable Calling is written by former Florida Republican Senator Connie Mack.  This memoir details his life while a part of Washington D.C. politics.  He self-imposed term limits, serving first as a congressman for three terms and then as senator for two terms.  What makes his book valuable is the realization that history repeats itself.  Many of the issues during his time are playing out today. American Thinker had the privilege of interviewing him. He exclaimed, “I wrote the book because I want my friends, family, and fellow Americans to understand my service in Washington for eighteen years.  My grandfather on my mother’s side, Morris Sheppard, served as a United States Texas senator. After he died, I would have given anything to have been able to read a book about his life, to understand his views of the world.” His other grandfather was the famous Baseball Hall of Fame figure Connie Mack. ...(Read Full Article)
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